Imago Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... uphill to the bus station to buy bus ticket back to puerto natales tomorrow. Find sign saying it opens at 16:30, it was 9:30. 6. Walk to lake/ bird sanctuary. 7. Misjudge ice for snow....knee takes majority of the blow. 8. My memory changes and now tells me time the bus station opens is 14:30. Walk back uphill. It is not. 9. Walk back to lavandaria, sign says closed between 14:00 - 16:00. It is 14:50. 10. Walk back uphill ...
That afternoon we were taken up to the lookout spot. And that is where we got to see the whole glacier in all its glory!
It was great seeing it this way as it just showed the section we trekked would not have even been half a percent compared to the epic size of this.
I organised to meet up with Callan and Kat from the Antarctica boat for brekky as they were in the same town. Luke and Helena (who we met in Natales, and I had previously met in Peru and Bolivia) accompanied me and the 5 of us got a bite to eat. I wanted to spend as much time with them as i could, and thy had heard of the lake nearby being a hangout for flamingoes so i walked with them down to Lago Argentina to check them ...
... not purely down to global warming (or climate change) but was merely one factor in deglacialisation. Get your general knowledge here! A 40 minute return road trip, followed by a 2 hour 'cruise' and a 20 minute truck ride saw us back at the hotel. We were eating in but the dinner was not an unqualified success. The owner and the staff are all lovely but I think chef needs a bit more training! However, a few glasses of well deserved Malbec soon washed away our troubles! A&L ...
... my dad’s 28th photo.
We also had a close encounter with an adult hare. Its ears that are primarily for startling crazy human tourists and their horses and also for detecting predators more than half a kilometer away!
While this grassy plain sheltered mainly cattle and horses, it also provided a home for spectacular ibis, called “bandurrias” here. ...